PLAYMOBIL Easter Eggs #PLAYMOBILPlayologist

You’ll have noticed that as soon as Christmas had finished the supermarkets stocked their shelves with Easter Eggs, Easter Bunnies and my favourite Crème Eggs.
It was all a little early, but there really is no escaping that these things come out earlier and earlier each year. 
I confess that by the time Easter finally arrives I am well and truly over the sight of chocolate, the kids obviously not as much, but as they get lot of sweets and chocolates from friends and family I prefer non-chocolate gifts these days.
As PLAYMOBIL Playologists the children were both sent a PLAYMOBIL Easter Egg to take a look at and I admit I would still love to receive one of these, even in my 30’s.
The smiles say it all, this pair were over the moon with their Eggs and couldn’t wait to get inside.
Emmy received the Mermaid with seahorses Egg which comes in a Pink Egg and costs £6.99.
Inside you will find:
  • A stand base
  • Mermaid
  • Coral
  • 3 Seahorses
  • Flowers
  • Starfish
  • Gemstone for the mermaids necklace
  • and Shells
Setting up is very easy and I left Emmy to look at the picture on the box and to do this herself, it took her about 3 minutes with the hardest bit being sticking the gemstone onto the mermaids necklace.
Once set up you can leave up as it won’t take up a lot of space or you can keep stored in the egg so as not to lose any pieces.
Harry was sent the Pirate on treasure hunt Egg which comes in a Blue Egg and also costs £6.99.
Inside you will find:
  • Tree & Log
  • Foliage
  • Skull
  • Pirate
  • 2 x guns
  • Shovel
  • Snake
  • Treasure Map
  • Golden Treasure
There wasn’t a lot to put together with this set, which is just as well as Harry was more keen to play than to build. 
You need to push the tree into the log and attach the foliage (I do find this keeps falling off, but Harry doesn’t seem to mind).   Push the inside of the treasure map into place, this can be spun around as the centre rotates.
The pirate can then either hold his guns or the shovel and begin searching for his lost treasure.
Both of these sets are very sweet and costing around the same as a large chocolate egg they will certainly last a lot longer.  Each Egg also has a slit in the base so the plastic egg casing could also be reused as a money box after Easter, making this 2 gifts in 1.
Disclaimer:  We are PLAYMOBIL Playologists and were send these eggs as part of our ongoing playologist role to share with you.

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5 thoughts on “PLAYMOBIL Easter Eggs #PLAYMOBILPlayologist

  1. I can't seem to find them in any stores. They are not available in Argos, Toysrus only sell the tractor one which is currently out of stock. Some available on Amazon but I'd prefer to get them in a shop. Any idea if they will become more widely available? Brilliant idea though, we need more non edible Easter gifts.

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